Here is something interesting I just recieved from Zetatalk. Now mind you I am a skeptic on all these different phenomena, but this brief summary is
realively interesting. Unfotunately do not know how to read Russian, so if someone can help me figure out how to translate this Russian article it
would be well worth it.. Additionally, I believe they also addressed the strange noises being heard as trumpets.. I will do some more research after
my college work is done.
Sea of Azov Squeeze [from Zetatalk newsletter]
As is known, the Eurasian Plate is being pulled apart in the region of Belarus and the Ukraine, as featured in Issue 255 (Kiev) and Issue257 (Belarus)
just last week. Do listen to the brief audio clips if you have not already done so. Now a new phenomena has emerged, landemerging near the straits of
the Sea of Azov nearby, as noted in this Pole Shift ning blog.
IMAGE: Sea of Azov Squeeze
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plot of the seabed up to the surface in the vicinity of the Taman Peninsula. The new land emerged from the shift
oftectonic plates. Amazing natural phenomenon has been documented in recent days. Huge beds of clay and stone rose byabout 5 meters above the Sea of
Azov in the Temryuk district of Krasnodar region, forming a peninsula. The huge strip ofland length 800 and width 50 meters literally grew up on the
very spot where, just a week ago, lapped the Sea of Azov.Seismologists believe that under the influence of yet unknown force tectonic plates began to
converge and squeeze out alayer of clay. Pressure, which could set in motion a volume of soil, according to conservative estimates, was equal to
If one follows the direction of the Dniepier River and the Volga/Don Rivers as they descend toward the Black Sea, they are pointing atthe location of
this heaving landrise, and the Zetas explain. Once again, no human had an adequate explanation.
ZetaTalk Explanation 9/3/2011: As is clear from the Kiev trumpets and the horn of Homel in Belarus, this part of the greatEurasian Plate is pulling
apart, a stretch zone. A quick glance at geography shows why. Though the Dniepier River descendingfrom the Ukraine diverts to the Black Sea, and the
Volga River descending from Russia diverts to the Caspian Sea, it is clearthat both are pointing at the Sea of Azov. The entire region, including the
Black Sea, the Caspian Sea, and the rivers feedingthem is part of a stretch zone. River channels indicate a weak point in the crust, a point where
pulling apart is most likely tohappen. As the Sea of Azov is at the tip of this triangle of descending rivers, the stretch is likely to play like a
pin-pong gamethere, a tug and release action at the straits near Taman.
Where most stretch zones are pulled in a single direction, such as the East Coast of the US being pulled directly east toward theAtlantic Rift,
stretch zones can compete, and in such cases vibrations occur. Florida is being pulled east and also southwest dueto the Caribbean Plate edge lifting
at the Gulf, providing an alternate route. Thus, the Tampa Bay howl recently recorded, dueto the vibration during competition. In Belarus and the
Ukraine, likewise, there is competition, as a complex drama is playingout during the 7 of 10 scenarios. This stretch zone is pulling east, at somewhat
of a diagonal toward the southeast as theEurasian Plate border runs down along Turkey and beneath Iran. At the same time, because the African Plate
will be droppingand pulling to the west as it does so, there is a tug in this direction. Thus, the vibrations in Homel and Kiev.
The straits near Taman are actually being pulled in three directions. First southeast along the Eurasian Plate border, then abounce back to the
northwest when the tug releases, then a tug to the southwest when the African Plate tends to drop and moveslightly to the west during the African
roll, which has already started to a slight degree. Pull a piece of cloth with a hole in thecenter over some dough, and pull alternately in three
different directions, and see what the dough does. As the cloth is pulled inone direction, the cloth is pressed down, and the dough moves away from
that spot to the obvious outlet, the hole in the centerof the cloth. Likewise for the other directions, so the dough at the center gradually squeezes
out. The strait at Taman is clearly aweak point in the crust, equivalent to the hole in the cloth.
But wait, there's more! Now a mud volcanoe has also appeared in the Sea of Azov, caught on video as fleeing bathers frantically ran fromthe mud
explosion, as reported in this Pole Shift ning blog. Exciting times in the stretch zone of eastern Europe!
IMAGE: Mud Volcano
edit on 10-9-2011 by crypticcloud because: (no reason given)